La Casa del Turismo
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Amsicora shaft, located in a charming valley, is a part of Telle stope (Montevecchio mine) and it is an extraordinary example of mining archaeology refurbishment.
The lavery of Naracauli is also called Brassey Lavery by the English Lord Thomas Alnutt Brassey, the mine’s owner. It started its activity in 1900 for the processing of blend.
The Gal shaft stope takes its name from Paul Gal, the President of Pennaroya Administrative Council, a French multinational that had got Pertusola Mines in 1920s.
This village is located at the beginning of the valley of “Is animas” and borders with Punta Tintillonis, in the northern part, ending with the dunes of Piscinas, in the south.
Montevecchio is a village surrounded by holm-oaks woods and oaks, in the middle of the mountains that slope down towards the coast, a few kilometers from the sea.
The museum shows dioramas that represent the life of the mine through its history, it is a Dellacà collection. The visitor is guided in a fantastic trip through the mining world following a didactic itinerary that will make them curious and excited.
The museum contains a rich collection of minerals that mostly come from the mines of Montevecchio and some of them from other Sardinian mines.
The multimedia museum of the mine in Pozzo Gal is dedicated to all the men who lived there and their family that have given their own personal objects, testimonies and memoirs to this museum.
The Palace, also known as “The Castle”, was built on the north-eastern part of Ingurtosu on the way for Montevecchio.